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@TX94 Things are good Lin, Thanks. Just have to share laptop time with hubby!
I've seen you 'around' - soooo hope things are gradually improving in your life, Julie♥
@gogogo Thanks. You & Lin warm my heart.warm my
Very happy to see you back here at Jigidi, Julie! ☺♥
@TX94 Thanks Lin. Glad to hear from you!
Super-GOOD to see you back. ; )
@ gogogo @TX94 Hi Ladies! Don't be concerned, although thanks for that. I'm fine. Irma is just a bad memory. Thanks to my neighbors, some who had power, we didn't lose everything in the freezer. We had power companies from all over the country. And garbagemen for all the trees. Bless them! Puerto Rico is still in pretty bad shape. So I'm counting my blessings. Nice to be back, Pam and Lin.
What a RELIEF to see you back, Julie! Darned worried 'bout you and glad to hear you're OK; well, as OK as can be expected! (Altho you tagged me 23 Jan, I just now rec'd notice after Pam's comment today)
Julie, It's good to hear a few words from you!Sorry to hear you are having difficulty with insurance. I think that happens to a lot of folks who are in path of bad hurricane, or have a claim of much damage - but that is no comfort, I realize.I think it all depends on the path of a hurricane, and which side of the storm hits an area, as to how vulnerable a spot is. We have certainly been lucky a number of times over the years we've lived in the Tampa area.
Thanks Pam. Nobody needs hurricanes. State Farm, our "Good Neighbor" cancelled our insurance and because of the age of our house replacement insurance is outrageously high. Guess that happened all over. Irma is just a memory now. Isn't your area more protected on the west coast. I iketo think so, my brother lives in Dunedin.
Thank you for reply, Julie. Glad you are back online. And I'm so glad to know you are okay. That storm left a lasting impression on me - and we were only minimally affected. Your problem went on for months. Hope you are beginning to feel a little distance from Irma and the trouble she caused. Pam
@gogogo Pam, basically, we had the same as you. I don't know ANYTHING about the electronics. My husband goes on and on and I still don't get it. I'd better learn though. My brother is in Tampa, so I was really glad when it eased up a little. I've been in Fl. most of my life and I never saw a storm that big. Not on both coasts at once. Anyway I'm happy to be back online. Thanks for caring. Julie.
Julie, I 'm so relieved and happy to get message from you! Very sorry to hear of your electrical damage from Irma. That's tough, as is losing all your files and your laptop.We were lucky - we lost power for almost four days and had to discard some refrigerated food, but otherwise we were okay. Tampa was lucky with Irma - not as bad as originally predicted.
@TX94 @gogogo I'm back. Irma caused so much electrical damage and fried the computers. I lost all my files. And my laptop. Hopefully that's over. Still have a downed wire across my backyard. Husband says it's safe. Guess I'll have to trust him. Called power company and the said it's a cable line. Time will tell. How are you Pam and Lin ?
Me, too, Julie! Been quite some time and you be dearly missed. Hope/pray to see you soon.Lin
@julie88 Julie, Have missed your presence here at jigidi and pray you are doing okay. Pam
Holding my great for my friends in P.R., Pam. The news is all bad. Praying for them is all I can do.
Julie, Yes, very concerned for what Puerto Rico is facing right now.
Thanks gogogo and brightspark. Pray for Puerto Rico. They're in for a big hit. Damn these storms. They keep getting worse.
(((HUGS))) to you, brightspark, and bless you for caring. ☺♥
Hugs and blessings xxx
Thank you, too, brightspark.
Thank you, brightspark.
So sorry to hear about the hardships you have been through and i am sure still going through - i am grateful you are all okay. Have strength and courage dear friends - the longest we were ever without lights or water was probably about 2 days - i cannot imagine a whole week - GOD BLESS YOU AND YOUR FAMILIES and sending you the biggest hugs ♥♥♥
Sorry to hear about your daughter, Julie. That's a tough break. :-(I heard Irma-type storm was connected, at least in part, with this being a La Nina, rather than El Nino, year. If I had a more scientific mind, perhaps I would better understand the exact dynamics involved.Thank you, you take care, too, and I hope FEMA will give your daughter the help she needs ASAP.~Pam~
Thanks Pam. I'm glad FEMA is working in Fl. My daughter is in Daytona and Irma destroyed the floors in her trailer. I never saw a hurricane this large. Hope it's not the start of a pattern. Take care, Julie.
So glad to hear from you, julie88, and read that you now have power. :-))I understand about exhausting week - I feel the same.We had running water the whole time, though we were without power. We were very, very grateful that we had water.My cousins in Jacksonville and Tallahassee lost both power and water, and are still waiting for both to be restored.
@gogogo Just got power back, Pam. It's been an exhausting week. My bro in Dunedin just got power too. My Angels were from New Jersey, his from New England! How'd you do ? At least we had running water, many didn't.
Julie88, Hope you made it through Irma okay. ~Pam, in Tampa (Sat., Sept. 16)~
Thanks, she LOVES that pillow.....brightspark.
so precious ♥♥